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Rooms for rent, $800 each

Two rooms for rent in a brand-new...

Tundra swans touch down on the Narrows by Clayton

EDITOR'S NOTE: Bev Relfe of Clayton sent...

Muriel Currie — obituary

Currie, Muriel Edith Passed away peacefully with family by...
Letters to the EditorA sad summer for our river

A sad summer for our river

2015-Riverbank

Hello Millstone Folks. I was so sad to see what has happened to our river. Was this necessary, or wise? Canoeing by, I could see the exposed roots of the few trees that remain. It is hard to imagine that this excavation of the riverbank will not lead to erosion and degradation of the ecosystem even further. Two photos say it all. The same spot, July and September 2015.

Thank you.

Patricia Strong

EDITOR’S NOTE: The photos above show the site of the new subdivision at the end of Spring Street. Here are other views, taken today:

Trees-3 Trees-2

 

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